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Old 01-29-2005, 08:24 PM
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Royal Caribbean's past passengers (Crown & Anchor Society members) will have first crack at booking space on the new "Ultra Voyager" class ship, Freedom of the Seas which is scheduled to enter service in April of 2006. The line will begin accepting bookings from C&A members on February 28, 2005. Inventory will then be opened to the general public about two weeks later. During the "members only" booking period, reservations will only be accepted through Royal Caribbean's Loyalty Center and through travel agents, and passengers must have a Crown & Anchor number. The space will not be opened for sale in the line's computer system accessible to travel agents or on the line's website until approximately mid-March.
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Royal Caribbean's past passengers (Crown & Anchor Society members) will have first crack at booking space on the new "Ultra Voyager" class ship, Freedom of the Seas which is scheduled to enter service in April of 2006. The line will begin accepting bookings from C&A members on February 28, 2005. Inventory will then be opened to the general public about two weeks later. During the "members only" booking period, reservations will only be accepted through Royal Caribbean's Loyalty Center and through travel agents, and passengers must have a Crown & Anchor number. The space will not be opened for sale in the line's computer system accessible to travel agents or on the line's website until approximately mid-March.
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Old 01-30-2005, 07:33 AM
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Interesting move. I wonder why they chose to do that?

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Old 01-30-2005, 07:58 AM
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Tom,
According to RC's press release, since this is a new, exciting cruise adventure, this is a way to reward past guests for the loyalty to the line and give them first shot at booking space. They believe it is going to be a "hot ticket" item and want to keep their C&A members happy.
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I also suspect with so many cabins to fill on the world's largest cruise ship, physcology is in their thinking. The 'first in line' theory.

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